Independencia Estados Unidos (ALINA)

  • Creación de Virginia

    Creación de Virginia
    It was settled in 1607, it was the first permanent English settlement in North America. The Virginia Company founded the colony and the first two settlements were Jamestown and Popham Colony. Popham's colony did not last long due to famine, disease, and conflict with Native Americans. Jamestown was saved by the arrival of provisions and new settlers.
  • New Jersey

    New Jersey
    The province was established from part of the Netherlands, but was dominated by the English in 1664. The Dutch reasserted control during 1637-1674. After splitting into East Jersey and West Jersey, they were united in 1702. The boundaries before were larger than the state today.
  • New Hampshire

    New Hampshire
    The territory was organized as an English royal colony in 1661. It was settled for the first time in 1620, in 1641 it was under the government of Massachusetts, until the king appointed a president. After being a separate colony, it became New England Territory in 1686. It then returned to Massachusetts until privileges relinquished in 1691. In 1741, Benning Wentworth was appointed Governor of New Hampshire and claimed land in the west. , starting disputes.
  • New York

    New York
    The first explorer to go to Manhattan in 1523 was Giovanni da Verrazzano, the area was called New Angoulême. The second explored was the British Hudson in 1609, which was on behalf of the Netherlands. The Dutch were the first Europeans to settle in New York. In 1626, Peter Minuit bought Manhattan and created a colony that he called New Amsterdam. In 1674, Manhattan passed to the English who called it New York.
  • Rhode Island

    Rhode Island
    In 1637, Anne Hutchinson, William Coddington and John Clarke founded the city of Portsmouth on Aquidneck Island. In 1639, Coddington founded Newport on the same island. In that year Coddington was appointed as Governor. In 1643 Samuel Gorton founded Shawomet. And in 1644 the name of Aquidneck Island was changed to Rhode Island.
  • Bahía de Massachusets

    Bahía de Massachusets
    It was a colony established in 1691 established by William III of England and Mary II of England, and included the former Massachusetts Bay Colony and Plymouth Colony, as well as Maine and a few others. The province of New Hampshire was also part of the worst, gaining its independence from Massachusetts and then Maine also in 1820. Its name comes from the Massachusetts Algonquin Indian tribe.
  • Maryland

    It existed from 1632 to 1776. It was an English colony, united with the thirteen colonies to create the United States. It included what is the current state of Maryland, Washington D.C. and part of Pennsylvania. The province was a proprietary colony of George Calvert, to welcome persecuted Catholics from England
  • Conneticut

    It was known as the River Province. It was founded on March 3, 1636 as an establishment where the Puritans were. After some battles with the Netherlands, the English were in control of the region. He played an important role in establishing a home rule government in the New World because he did not want to hand over local authority to the Dominion of New England. Saybrook and New Heaven provinces merged and became the Province of Connecticut.
  • Delaware

    The first European to go to Delaware was Henry Hudson. A year later when Samuel Argall arrived there he baptized the place with the name of his friend. The first permanent settlement Fort Christina was founded in 1638 by the Swedes. Some time later the king of Sweden colonized it and it was called New Sweden. The governor of New Netherland saw it as a rival so he occupied it and renamed it New Amstel. After them were the English in 1664
  • Caroline del Norte

    Caroline del Norte
    The Province of North Carolina was one of the English colonies in North America, it became the US state of North Carolina in 1776 and also a part of the province made up of other territory to form the current states of Georgia, Alabama and Mississippi.
    The Province of North Carolina was originally formed from the Province of Carolina in British America between the years 1663 to 1712.
  • Carolina del Sur

    Carolina del Sur
    The Province of South Carolina was a part of the Province of Carolina in British America, which was given by Royal Charter to eight Lords Proprietors in 1663. The province later became a US state. from South Carolina.
  • Pennsylvannia

    It begins when William Penn received a royal deed from King Charles II of England. In that area there were several tribes, those were expelled or died from diseases. The English took control of the colony in 1667. And in 1681, William Penn established the colony based on religious tolerance. In the mid-18th century many German and Scotch-Irish immigrants arrived. Pennsylvania was a very important city as it was the nation's capital for part of the 18th century.
  • Georgia

    It was the last colony to gain independence from the United Kingdom. Before their territory reached the Mississippi River. In 1732 General James Oglethorpe was put in charge. They also had to defend the southern zone of the Spanish Florida colonies.
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    The 7 years war

    It was an interantional war, and there were more than 70 battles. This stareted beacuse of two reasons:
    -The dominion of Silesia between Austria and Prussia. Silesia was of Prussia but Austria wanted to recover it, Prussia anticipated this adn invaded austrian territories. At the end Prussia stayed with Silesia.
    -The tension between France and England. It begang when the British attacked French colonies and ships in North America. The British won against France.
  • Boston Massacre

    Boston Massacre
    When the british and the colonials were fighthing in Boston, the british killed 5 people. The people from Boston said to the other colonies that they had killed a lot of people, so more American would join to the independence.
  • Boston Tea Party

    Boston Tea Party
    A group of native americans dressed up like British and got on a ship with tea, they threw 45 tons of tea in the water, with the value of 10.000 pounds.
  • Powder alarm

    Powder alarm
    Passage in the town of Somerville, was caused by the British stealing gunpowder storage from a silo, under the command of Thomas Gage. In response, it had been rumored that there had been bloodshed and alarm spread throughout the colonies, causing the colonists to become alert. Many militias began to go to Boston and Cambridge.
    Although it was a false alarm, this made the people be more careful. It was used as a "dress rehearsal" for the first confrontations of the war.
  • Invasion of canada

    Invasion of canada
    It was the first initiative of the Continental Army during the Independence of the United States. They wanted to gain military control of Quebec and convince French-speaking Canadians to join the revolution. One of the expedition from Ticonderoga, under the command of Richard Montgomery, captured St.Johns and took Montreal. The other expedition they made from Massachusetts to Quebec through the woods of Maine. The two expeditions met in Quebec, but were defeated in the Battle of Quebec.
  • The declaration of independence

    The declaration of independence
    The colonies had no representatives and they raised their taxes, so they met in Philadelphia and declared independence.
  • Saratoga battle

    Saratoga battle
    In Saratoga, the 13 colonies faced Great Britain. The British were trying to dominate upstate New York and isolate New England from the southern colonies as they were having revolutionary ideas. In the end the British could not withstand the attack of the Americans. It was a very important victory for the Americans and is considered to be a turning point of the revolutionary war, this battle made France also enter the war against England
  • Lexingotn and Concord battle

    Lexingotn and Concord battle
    There was tension between the British and the colonist because of the taxes. On the night of the 18th the British went to Concord to take weapons, and to Lexington to capture the rebels leaders Samuel Adamas and John Hanock, but Paul Revere warned them so they could escape. On the 19th the Colonials went to Lexington and faced the British. When the battle started the colonials fled to Concord, the british followed them and in the way hundreds of militias fired them, that forced to retreat.
  • Yorktown battle

    Yorktown battle
    This was one of the last battles. The colonist and the french were against the british. The battle begang with the attack of the the americans on the fortification of the British. The British coulnd´t resist the attack so they retread and were besieged inside the city. The french blockaded the port of Yorktown so that the British couln´t recive reinfocements. After three weeks the battle ended with the surrender of the British.
  • The first president

    The first president
    George Washington was appointed as president of the United States, he was president until 1797. His successor was John Addmas.